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The Five Keys And The Nitecaps - The Five Keys And The Nitecaps

Musician: The Five Keys
Album title: The Five Keys And The Nitecaps
Style: Doo Wop
Released: 2014
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1408 mb
Size APE version: 1329 mb
Size WMA version: 1975 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 183
Format: DMF AA WMA AUD FLAC MOD DXD
Genre: Rock / Blues

The Five Keys And The Nitecaps - The Five Keys And The Nitecaps mp3 album

The Five Keys And The Nitecaps  - The Five Keys And The Nitecaps mp3 album

Tracklist

1 The Five Keys Teeth & Tong Will Get You Hung 2:33
2 The Five Keys When Will My Troubles End 2:41
3 The Five Keys Lawdy Miss Mary 2:36
4 The Five Keys I'll Follow You 2:24
5 The Nitecaps Let Me Know Tonight 2:25
6 The Nitecaps Oh, You Sweet Girl 2:07
7 The Nitecaps In Each Corner Of My Heart 2:49
8 The Nitecaps Sweet Thing 2:18
9 The Nitecaps Be My Girl 2:38
10 The Nitecaps Tough Mama 2:38
11 The Nitecaps A Kiss And A Vow 2:22
12 The Nitecaps Bamboo Rock & Roll 2:34
13 The Nitecaps You're Gonna Be Sorry 2:16
14 The Nitecaps You May Not Know 2:02
15 The Nitecaps Snap Crackle & Pop 2:01
16 The Five Keys When Will My Troubles End 2:31

Notes

The digital re-masters embodied in this compilation are (p) 2014 Bear Family Productions Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 05197
  • Barcode: 5 397102 173950

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
33-010 The Five Keys / The Nitecaps The Five Keys / The Nitecaps - The Five Keys And The Nitecaps ‎(LP, Comp) Detour Records 33-010 UK 1989



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The Five Keys? Anyone into the doo-wop genre will know that this combo were arguably the finest vocal harmony group ever to set their voices onto record. The range of Capitol tracks that they produced, songs like Close Your Eyes, Glory Of Love and Red Sails In The Sunset presented a sublime suite of the true capabilities of the doo-wop format.Previously know as the Sentimental Four, Rudy and Bernie West were but one set of brothers in the group, Raphael and Ripley Ingram being the other. After winning umpteen amateur contests, they were noticed by the boss of Aladdin Records. Raphael entered the army at this point to be replaced by Maryland Pierce (from the Avalons) and Dickie Smith as another additional, hence the name change. More line-up changes were prompted by the army and then the Aladdin contract ended after 17 releases whereupon the group joined RCA where they recorded four songs, two being unreleased at the time. The RCA recordings were released on Groove. After this brief stint, the group moved onto Capitol.But let’s rewind back to RCA and Groove because that’s where this CD comes in. Originally released on vinyl and now on CD for the first time, you can now hear all four of those RCA recordings (along with an unreleased take of When Will My Troubles End, making five tracks in all).That’s not all for this CD, of course, because you also receive 11 tracks (three previously unissued) from the rather obscure outfit, The Nitecaps. Brothers played a big part in this line-up too. Three Hamilton brothers (Eugene, Bob and Al) plus Freddy Price. Sounding like early Drifters, these early Groove session tracks are pure gold for any doo-wop fan. From the pen of Paul Rigby